Your open source project is up and running – now what? Paris Pittman will walk through some of the practical, tactical work you can do to ensure your community doesn’t just grow, but thrive. Through examples from multiple Google-supported open source communities, you’ll learn how to create “gardeners” that do the hard but essential work that builds and sustains healthy communities.
Paris works in the Open Source Programs Office at Google. She is a co-chair of the Kubernetes Special Interest Group for Contributor Experience, maintains several contributor programs, and is on the organizing team for Bay Area Kubernetes. (PS – She found this job at OSCON two years ago; community is powerful!)
She has 14 years of professional experience in technical community management, operations, and strategy, and attracting and retaining engineering talent in open source environments.
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